Speech Pathologist : Euroa

Position Description:

  • Full time or Part-time position with flexibility in hours
  • Diverse caseload and demographics
  • Supportive friendly small allied health team
  • Professional development opportunities
  • * This position may attract a Relocation/Retention Grant of up to $7,000

This is an opportunity to help children and adults who may be experiencing disability, social, emotional and/or behavioural difficulties to reach their full potential, and make a difference in their lives.

You will be responsible for assessing, diagnosing, treating and provide management and advocacy services to NDIS clients, children and adults with communication or swallowing disorders, and those with difficulties in speech, language, voice, fluency, and reading and spelling.

Collaborating with families, local schools, care facilities, daycare centres and other organisations to deliver support, optimise development and independence for those with speech, language and swallowing difficulties which are significantly impacting on the person’s overall health and well-being. There is also the opportunity to promote the importance of early intervention and its role in preventing long term issues.

Work alongside a passionate small multidisciplinary allied health team with experienced administrative support. As the sole SP you will have a lot of autonomy and can mold this role to suit your interests and skills.

Key Essential Criteria: (please address this in your application)

  • Tertiary qualifications in Speech Pathology
  • Current member of Speech Pathology Australia
  • Experience with planning, implementing and evaluating individual and small group programs
  • Experience with working with people with a disability
  • Experience with delivery of service within school/daycare settings
  • Experience with working with people with disabilities across a range of ages
  • Clinical practice – demonstrated knowledge and experience in the assessment, intervention, evaluation of people with a variety of disabilities, social, emotional, developmental and behavioural difficulties
  • Communication/team participation – demonstrated effective interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills necessary for good working relationships and client care. The ability to function as an effective member of a multidisciplinary team is also essential.
  • Work management – demonstrated commitment to ongoing professional development, and the ability to share knowledge and skills. The ability to work independently without close supervision, and being able to appropriately manage time and workload is essential.
  • Current Victorian Drivers Licence, Working with Children and Police check, current first aid/CPR

Practice Details:

Allied Health Practice in Euroa is a registered private clinic who believes everyone deserves quality health and they are passionate about improving health outcomes in the Strathbogie region by providing support and multidisciplinary allied health services to children, adults and their families.

Euroa is a vibrant town with many natural attractions, within easy reach of Melbourne but with the joys that only rural life can offer…natural beauty, fresh produce, stunning walks and great wines, minimal traffic, fresh air and friendly people.

To apply for this position, send your resume and cover letter answering the Key Essential Criteria to or call the Recruitment Team on 03 9349 7800 for a confidential chat. 



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Speech Pathologist
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Group Practice

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